Workshop - The "Art & Science" of Facilitation
Workshop - The "Art & Science" of Facilitation |
Tuesday June 11, 2013
9:00 am - 3:00 pm
2120 Fyffe Road, Room 109
Columbus, OH 43210
A good facilitator can make the difference between the success and failure of a group.
Did you know there is an art and science to facilitation? A successful facilitator utilizes a variety of tools, processes and skills to lead a group to make decisions, solve problems and be most effective.
This hands-on workshop focuses on learning and practicing the stages and characteristics of group facilitation. Participants will learn tips and techniques for dealing effectively with groups including dealing with conflict in a productive manner.
What is Facilitation?
“A process in which a person is acceptable to all members of a group, substantively neutral and has no decision-making authority intervenes to help a group improve the way it identifies and solves problems and makes decisions, in order to increase the group’s effectiveness.” -R. Schwarz, The Skilled Facilitator
Understand facilitation and the facilitator roles
Assess and manage group dynamicsIncorporate group problem-solving processes
Understand role of diversity, power and ethics
Recognize importance of humor and working miracles as a facilitator
Rose Fisher Merkowitz and Treva Williams are facilitating this workshop.
Cost: $120 per participant. To register and make payment, please go to https://regonline.com/seriesleadership.
|Date and time:||June 11, 2013|
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM
|Location:||Area on Campus: 2120 Fyffe Rd.|